Gale is a mathematics and philosophy student at the University of Toronto. He has been working with children of all ages for more than five years, and has taught math, science and English as a private tutor for over three years. Gale is a former debate team captain and DECA champion, and spent a great deal of time coaching high school students in those competitions. Mathematics and the sciences are just a few of Gale’s many areas of interest; he loves to read novels (as long they’re older than fifty), play tennis and listen to music of all kinds.

Gale has always loved to teach, so he started working with children in early high school: first as a swim instructor, then as a teacher’s assistant, and finally as a private tutor. He has taught students as young as four, and as old as seventeen. Gale is very comfortable with kids, and knows how to make academic material as fun and engaging as it can be. Whether a child is struggling with a subject, or trying to excel in it, he can help them reach their academic goals.


Katherine C.

Katherine is completing her bachelor’s degree in math and physics from McGill University. She has attended both English and French educational institutions throughout her academic career. These include her studies at a French high school, Pensionnat Saint-Nom-de-Marie, as well as Vanier College to complete a DEC in Pure and Applied Science. In both of these schools, she consistently made the honour roll and excelled academically. Her most notable achievements would mostly be seen in her college years. There, she was appointed as a teaching assistant for several of the upper level mathematics courses where she helped students in courses ranging from Calculus to Linear Algebra. It was also during this time that she became a research assistant for her professor’s biology course and lead a team of other students through an experiment whose paper was eventually published in the Vanier Sigma Science Journal.

Despite being very occupied with her studies during her academic career, she began to take an interest in tutoring others a long time ago. As she went through high school, she saw her classmates struggle in subjects she both enjoyed and did so well in. It was then, at the age of 15, that she decided to start helping them after school. This is something that she would for years to come and now, at the age of 20, she continues to tutor, utilizing her vast knowledge and great experience in this field to help her students.

Dang N.

Dang is a senior PhD student in Medical Biophysics at University of Toronto doing research in the field of programmed cell death. In 2016, he graduated with an Honor Bachelor of Science degree from University of Toronto with a cumulative GPA of 3.94 out of 4, completing a specialist program in Cell and Molecular Biology, a major program in Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, and a minor program in Immunology. He has three years of in person teaching experience in Biology and Mathematics for student from grade 9 to 12 and has helped many Ontario high school students to get into their choice of school/programs. In his spare time, he likes to read non-fiction books, play chess, and learn German.




Najee H.

Najee R. H. served in the United States Air Force as an Electrical and Environmental Systems Aircraft Mechanic. He graduated from Excelsior University with a degree in Liberal Arts and is currently a Juris Doctorate candidate at Trinty Law School. He specializes in Standardized Testing (ACT, SAT, LSAT, ASVAB), and subjects such as English, History, Science, Social Studies, and College Essay Writing. He enjoys cooking with his wife, volunteering, hiking, fishing, and reading. With hard work and determination, he believes anyone can achieve what they set their mind to.

David M.

David M. was born and raised in Corpus Christi where he graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with a degree in Health Science. He went on to pursue the medical field as a phlebotomist during COVID while tackling my teaching certificate. David started his teaching journey in 2021 in Rockport TX where he successfully lead the sixth grade math team into teaching them several different ways of solving math problems and implementing different strategies to their learning. David then left and came to San Antonio to teach at a local middle school and coach various sports. He have taught all levels of middle school math all the way to Algebra and is certified in Math and Science through 8th grade. He has tutored College Algebra during his time in University and enjoys teaching and being a lifelong learner. David’s favorite subjects are that of science and math, especially A&P and Algebra. During his downtime, David enjoy’s listening to music, especially of the rock genre. His favorite artists include Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, and State Champs. Davis is in a band and plays bass. Music has and will always be a life long passion of his.


Yash S.

Yash, an accomplished educator, holds a Master of Engineering (M.Eng) degree in Civil Engineering with a Minor in Data Analytics from the prestigious University of Waterloo.

With a solid academic foundation in engineering, Yash has a wealth of experience in tutoring, primarily focusing on mathematics and science. His educational journey commenced as a Math and Science Tutor at Parth Institute of Science and Competition, where he embarked on a 16-month contract from April 2022 to July 2023. Yash excelled at creating informative materials and quizzes, ensuring an engaging and productive learning environment. His teaching approach involved positive reinforcement and personalized guidance to navigate challenging subjects.

Yash further honed his teaching skills as an Online Math Tutor for a group of 12 students based in the USA, serving from March 2021 to April 2022. Over the course of a year, he provided comprehensive mathematics instruction to students in 8th, 9th, and 10th grades. Yash’s innovative teaching methods, utilizing real-world examples and fostering student engagement, received commendation from both students and parents.

Beyond his offline teaching experience, Yash has been an accomplished educator on the Wyzant platform since May 2019. Specializing in various subjects, including elementary maths, GRE math, GMAT math, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and geometry, Yash consistently adapts his teaching strategies to meet individual students’ needs and learning styles. His dedication to helping students grasp complex mathematical concepts, create customized lesson plans, and monitor student progress is unwavering.

Yash combines his engineering background and passion for teaching to inspire and empower students on their educational journey


Kristen is an Ontario Certified Teacher, graduating with a Master of Teaching from OISE (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education) at the University of Toronto. Before embarking on her teaching journey, she completed her undergraduate degree in business at Western University. She then began immersing herself in various professional learning experiences with children and young adolescents through volunteering as a Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel mentor, teaching placements, and supplying all elementary grade levels. Assisting students with varying learning styles and abilities, Kristen believes every student deserves an individualized and specialized approach to their learning that tailors to their diverse needs, and what better way to do that than with one-on-one tutoring!

Having worked professionally as an actress in film and television, Kristen brings her love for creativity to the learning process by ensuring that her students make meaningful and personal connections to the curriculum through their interests and experiences by implementing innovative, differentiated teaching strategies to enhance their engagement. Kristen’s positive, caring, and enthusiastic approach to tutoring allows her to create a safe and encouraging space where students feel comfortable asking questions, making mistakes, and taking risks to build their confidence. Her ability to build a solid rapport with students and their families allows them to be more active and engaged in the learning process.



Mohammed R.

Mohammed has a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and now works as a project manager for McGill University where he manages healthcare-related projects. Academically, he’s excelled in Mathematics and Sciences throughout high school, CEGEP and University. He has deep fondness of Economics and International Policy. His all time favourite book is Ray Dalio’s The Changing World Order.

Mohammed would like to one day switch from working in the corporate world to teaching full time at the University level. After completing the entire “standard” academic system, Mohammed realized that there’s a huge gap in the teaching field. Students are not inspired to think big and most of them do not enjoy the learning process. Because of this, Mohammed made it his objective to inspire his students, develop a deep interest in learning and push students to have high ambitions, no matter their academic level. In addition to his day job, Mohammed trains professionals for the PMP (Project Management Professional) examination and provides career advising to students. He enjoys travelling, boxing, grabbing a cappuccino at a great cafe and learning all that there is to know about the economy.

Allyson R.

Allyson has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Queen’s University. Raised in Montreal, she graduated from Miss Edgars and Miss Cramps School, where she developed a love for math and science at a young age. She is fully bilingual and has been tutoring different grade levels for about 5 years, specializing in high school math and science during her degree. Ally has always loved learning and was happy to find a way to balance her education with her active participation in her school’s Engineering Society and her passion for the outdoors. This is an important lesson that she always conveys to her students, balance is the key to success.

While taking some difficult courses throughout her educational journey, she had to be creative with her study methods and determine the best ways to grasp difficult concepts. Applying these well practiced methods based on learning style is something she finds crucial when tutoring students and helping them reach their goals.

Queen’s University Bachelor of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, 2023

Nisarg B.

Nisarg B. is a graduate student at Wilfrid Laurier University, pursuing his Master’s in Applied Computing right after obtaining his Bachelor’s in Information and Communication technology and minors in Computational Science. Having worked as a teaching assistant during his third and fourth year of bachelors, he discovered his skill and passion in teaching and spreading his perspective of all the knowledge he had.

In a world where most people find boredom in technicalities, mathematics and sciences, he instead finds joy in discovering how these core truths hide everywhere around in nature and just require a different perspective to be spotted.

Nisarg looks forward to working with students and helping them understand and build concepts not just for their curriculum, but for a lifetime filled with practical challenges!